Originally Posted by RAIDER
We hear a lot about " I have short stroked my TX." Although I presume there's a reason, but surely if the benefits are proven why don't Air Arns HW Walther do it. It can't be cost.
Love your opinions.
The irony is when the TX200 first came out the stroke length was pretty near ideal for a 12 ft.lbs rifle and gave a pretty good firing cycle.
When the Mk3 version was released they chose to use a longer stroke which in export rifles gives more power. On the UK version the downside is it needs a weaker spring so the action feels somewhat sluggish - essentially they ballsed up a good design.